On Thu, 22 Jan 2009, Frank Murphy wrote:
> Conor Mac Aoidh wrote:
>>>> I'm having a problem getting flash installed on my new distro. I have
>> the package adobe-release-i386-1.0-1.noarch.rpm installed yet every
>> time I try and look at something with flash it gives me a link to
>> Adobe's site and tells me to download it again! Does anyone know what
>> could be causing this?
>> why not think about gnash\sefdev, open viewers
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I find Gnash/sefdev are not yet up to par with the commercial adobe
plugin(though I am not a big fan of Adobe products).
I find a much better alternitive is to use mplayer-plugin with firefox.
It's just a matter of compiling the sources and installing/using your
distro's package manager.
Then just install the youtube greasemonkey script, and bob's your uncle.
This combination is very stable in my experience, and it won't
occasionally lockup his firefox session either :D
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